Officials: City Council Candidate Could Receive Public Money For Anti-Semitic CampaignA crack in the city’s campaign finance law might allow an Upper Manhattan City Council candidate to run an inflammatory campaign with taxpayer dollars.
'We Failed This Child:' City Council Demands Answers On Death Of Zymere PerkinsThree New York City Administration of Children and Family Services are out of a job as City Council grilled agency leadership and members of the Mayor Bill de Blasio administration about the death of 6-year-old Harlem boy Zymere Perkins.
City Council Holds Hearing On Proposal That Would Ban Exotic Animals From Circus ActsThe New York City Council Committee on Health held a hearing Thursday on a proposal that would effectively keep the circus from coming to town.
De Blasio's Top Deputy Falls On His Sword In Nursing Home ScandalMayor Bill de Blasio is trying to paper over the Rivington nursing home scandal by offering to build another facility.
City Council Committee Approves Bills To Regulate Police Use Of ForceThe City Council Public Safety Committee on Tuesday approved a trio of bills aimed at police reform.
City Council Approves Gender Neutral Bathroom LegislationThe measure, sponsored by council member Daniel Dromm would require single-occupant toilets to be available for people of all genders.
NYC To Become First City In US To Require Free Tampons In Schools, Shelters, JailsNew York City is on track to become the nation's first city to require free tampons and sanitary pads in public schools, homeless shelters and jails after lawmakers approved the idea Tuesday amid a national discussion of the costs of having a period.
Fallout After City Council Cuts Funding For Prominent Jewish MuseumThere is more fallout from the New York City corruption scandal.
EXCLUSIVE: Corruption Scandal Drives City Council To Suddenly Cut Off Funds To Simon Wiesenthal CenterThe spigot of city funds flowing to a prominent Jewish museum has been abruptly shut off by the City Council as connections to people involved in the city corruption scandal are being blamed.
City Council Approves Easing Punishments For Low-Level CrimesNew York City will reduce the penalties for minor offenses like littering and public urination under a package of bills approved by the City Council on Wednesday.
NYC Council Eyes Easing Punishments For Public Urination, LitterThe New York City Council is poised to pass criminal justice reforms that would curtail the punishments for low-level offenses such as urinating in public.
City Council Approves 5-Cent Charge For Plastic, Paper BagsSupporters of the bill argue that charging a nickel for shoppers using disposable bags is an easy way to reduce waste.